It was brought to our attention that MasterPress would give a tonne of warnings and deprecation notices when used with PHP 7.4 – this update addresses those.
Gets the next post in the set of siblings for this post as defined by the query in the $args parameter. Hierarchical post types also respond to a “mode” parameter, to further control what the siblings actually are:
- flat – the siblings will be the entire set of posts of the same type flattened first. This would be useful to step through an outline structure of pages, for example.
- cousin – the siblings will be all posts of this type at the same depth as this post.
- sibling (default) – the siblings are the immediate siblings of this post.
Arguments $args = array()
An arguments array or string to specify the query, with the following defaults:
- orderby – “menu_order” (hierarchical), “post_date” (non-hierarchical)
- order – “asc” (hierarchical), “desc” (non-hierarchical)
This method also supports these additional arguments:
- mode: sibling | flat | cousin – the sibing mode, see method description – default “sibling”
- loop: true | false, or 1 | 0 – whether to loop back around to the first post if this is the last post in the sequence – default false